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berry. one minute later they announced they had also recovered safely michele knight. all three of the missing women and a 6-year-old child, belonging to one of the missing women was conveyed to metro health medical center where they were being treated for their -- provided care. immediately after learning of the incident, we began an immediate search of our databases to determine what information that we had regarding this specific address. we have no -- as the mayor articulated, we went back and looked at all of the emergency medical calls for service and our fire responses to that address on seymore avenue since 2006, as far back as our database exists, and we found there were no calls for service. we again checked our building and housing department to see whether or not there were any building code violations or complaints made against that address, and there were no complaints or violations identified. we also went back and looked at police calls for service. we did learn that in march of 2000, ariel castro reported to police that there was a fight in the street. there is
i'm michelle griego. frank is off. a busy start to the fire season in the bay a w >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> good afternoon, i'm michelle griego. frank is off. >>> a busy start to the fire season in the bay area. the yellow fire is burning now in sonoma county. so far, more than 125 acres have burned. the fire is 60% contained. fire crews hope to get it fully under control at some point today. a total of three fires flared up in the north bay yesterday. those along with large controlled burns have had an impact on the air quality out there, and you can see hazy skies blanketing much of the bay area. there are a number of fast- moving wildfires raging across the state including a few in southern california. cbs reporter teresa garcia joins us live from ventura county with more on this firefight. teresa. >> reporter: michelle, good day to you. you know, you're dealing with wind whipped fires up there as well as down here. the santa ana winds are furnishing forward. we are at the springs fire. you can see behind me a lot of the hills are black. this fire wa
up. >> good morning. it's wednesday, may 8. i'm michelle griego. frank has the morning off. time now is 6:00. >>> a big day for the new bay bridge construction. we're expecting to hear what's going to be done to fix dozens of broken bolts and repair public concerns about safety. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is at the bridge this morning. anne, what do you know? >> reporter: we have been waiting for today for a very long time. a lot of questions up in the air about what is next for the new span of the bay bridge here behind me. they are going to choose between one of two designs that will basically act as a brace to make up for the 32 bolts that snapped on the east pier back in march. we are also expecting a timetable for that fix and an indication of whether or not it will delay the bridge's opening on labor day weekend. we also might get some answers on the safety of some 200 other similar bolts along the span. they have been testing them now for weeks. >> the tests are in but not all completed. the most important test that's not completed is a simulation of long-term stress. >> rep
disappeared when she was 14 in 2004 and this other woman, michelle knight, all found in the same location, at least in the case of amanda and georgina, a few blocks from where they were originally taken or where they were last seen, and theoretically, as far as we can tell, have been there for the last nine to ten years. >> reporter: yes. that is exactly what is happening. it's truly amazing, especially for those of us who have covered this case for a long time. >> you were aware of this case, you knew the case of these young women. have you seen the vigils over the years? >> reporter: yes. i grew up with this case, actually. and now working in cleveland television at news channel 5, covering the vigils and writing year after year about their disappearance. >> and again, we see a crowd of people there who have obviously gathered. this has just got to be stunning for this community. let's listen. you can actually hear. let's listen in. >> we got a line of one, two, three, four, five, six vehicles coming in, both sheriff's department and cleveland police, it looks like. being greeted by app
. it is tuesday, may 7. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:00. >>> we have some breaking news down in san jose. a car crash leads to three arrests. >> the suspects may be linked to multiple armed robberies. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran is in san jose this morning with more. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. we just learned the name of all three suspects involved in the high-speed chase that ended with a car up a tree. you can see just how badly it was bent. we do know for sure that one of those suspects was involved in an armed robbery and could be linked to two others that happened almost a month ago. san jose police say 22-year-old sharon gonzalez of san jose will be charged with armed robbery. evading police and possession of a stolen vehicle, as well. police say at 2 a.m., gonzalez walked into a 7-eleven at kirk and foxworthy armed with a long-barreled revolver. she stole cash and lottery tickets before getting away. and one officer remembered her suspect description from two others robberies that happened last month, including the distinct weapon she us
. i'm michelle griego. frank has the morning off. time now is 5:00. >>> marin county commuters to san francisco could be in for a bumpy slow ride this morning. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is at the golden gate bridge with an update on this very messy pavement problem. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, and i have good news on both fronts. it should be a smoother ride hopefully no hazards flying at your windshield, and the traffic should be basically back to normal. definitely different than what we saw during yesterday's morning commute. the problem over the last 24 hours was some paving work that was done overnight monday. the asphalted unraveled because of the way it was set. it was papered so it would be a smoother drive. but that plan backfired. the asphalt began to break up and sent pieces of rock everywhere during yesterday's morning commute. >> the golden gate bridge we had to nice smooth paper but the paper didn't hold up. >> reporter: so then yesterday afternoon bridge officials partially shut down the freeway for a sweeper to clean up the mess. and then a 1,000-foot s
afternoon, i'm michelle griego. frank is off. late from the c-h-p... that >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> good afternoon, everyone. i'm michelle griego. frank is off. >>> late word from the chp that the limo involved in saturday night's deadly fire was carrying one too many passengers. it's the first piece of information about the information and it comes as family and friends react to the tragedy. >> we have an inside joke. when it's time we are so busy, we will say, is it time for tea? so friday for some reason, that was the only night we didn't say, is it time for tea? and now she's gone. >> five women including the new bride were killed when their limo burst into flames on the san mateo bridge. the question now, how did this happen? kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran just stepped out of a news conference and joins us now from foster city. >> reporter: michelle, chp wrapped up that press conference just a little over an hour ago. we did learn new details about the limo that was supposed to take them to this side of the bridge to a celebration that the w
in the air: will it open on time for the labor day weekend? good afternoon, everyone. i'm michelle griego. frank mallicoat is off. >>> caltrans laid out a plan this morning to fix those faulty bolts and welds on the new eastern span of the bay bridge. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is on treasure island with more on the plan, the costs and, of course, that question, anne: will the bridge open on time? >> reporter: well, that is what a lot of people are wondering about. will this bring open on labor day weekend? no commitments right now from people who are in charge of the bridge. but it's looking pretty decent. here's what the mtc has to say about it. >> caltrans is working with a contractor to make sure that this retrofit can be completed by labor day. we do not have an estimated time yet. this is in the negotiation process. >> reporter: engineers have recommended this design for the bay bridge fix, a saddle on the east pier where 32 giant bolts, or rods, snapped after being title ended into place. it will cost $15 million. the broken bolts weakened by hydrogen will be left in the structur
. >>> good morning, it's tuesday, may 7. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. they are free this morning for the first time in a decade. >> three ohio women were reported missing between 2002 and 2004 and were found last night in a cleveland home. police say that they were likely tied up during years of captivity. three brothers including the homeowners are now in custody. cbs reporter susan mcginnis has more on how the ordeal came to an end. an amazing story, susan. >> reporter: it is. there are some happy families in cleveland this morning. it's nothing short of a miracle right now even though the questions just keep on mounting. for right now, miraculous and joyful is the only way to describe this from the rescue to the reuniting with the families to the solving of three separate kidnappings in one fell swoop. fbi investigators worked through the night searching this cleveland home where three women were allegedly held hostage for about a decade. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> reporter: 26-year-old amanda berry missing since 2003 escaped from the house ea
pregnancies between them and the chances of discovery that went by without rescue. and michele knight's mother saying this the moment she found out her daughter was alive. >> did you talk to police then? >> yes i did. >> what kinds of efforts did they make to locate her? >> they told me if she breaks the law or if they spot her they will let me know but nothing happened. >> reporter: did they think she just left the home? they didn't think it was an abduction. >> because she was 20 they thought she just left because of the upset, because of the baby and everything. >> after a decade of captivity and abuse the first full day of freedom for the three women in cleveland, ohio. katie joins me from washington, d.c. katie was abducted 20 years ago when she was 9. she wrote about her ordeal. and here in our studio is clinical assistant professor of psychiatry. it is great to have all of you here to talk about this. kraig, i want to remind everybody exactly what barbara knight said about police involvement when her daughter went missing. she talked to savannah this morning. >> did you talk to police t
in cleveland. georgiana disappeared in 2004, michelle knight in 2002 all have been found alive, in the same house. a man by the name of ariel castro, 52 years old, a bus driver, has been arrested. he is the suspect in this. amanda berry was seen by a neighbor trying to break out of the house. that neighbor, a man by the name of ramsey, charles ramsey helped her break out. she ran out of the house with a small child and dialed 9-1-1. this is the 9-1-1 call she made from amanda berry. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> do you need police, fire or ambulance? >> i need police. >> okay, what's going on there. >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years and i'm here, i'm flee p free now. >> okay. about what's your address? >> i can't hear you. >> okay, stay there with those neighbors, talk to the police when they get there. >> okay. okay. okay. okay talk to the police when they get there. >> okay. hello? >> yeah, talk to the police when thigh get there. >> okay. are they here right now. >> we're going to send them as soon as we get a car open. >> all right, we're sending them, okay?
brothers arrested of cueing amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight captive for more than a decade are going to be question by local and federal law enforcement with possible charges also coming their way. this as authorities are searching the home where the women were held. tuesday police used a cadaver dog to help them in their search. police are investigating other properties in the area. this after michelle knight reportedly told them when she was first kidnapped there was another girl with her but she disappeared years later. >>steve: in particular, what the authorities are looking at is regarding the tip from michelle knight because michelle knight was the first person we know of who had been abducted there. there was a girl there, and the theory is -- that's michelle knight, we finally got a picture of her. there is a theory that in 2007 when 14-year-old ashley summers disappeared, she was initially thought of as simply a runaway, it is thought perhaps she is the person. a few years after that the f.b.i. started linking her with the other two girls who were missing. perhaps
, michelle, and the young child. and the victims of the rape are gina, amanda, and michelle. >> ten years inside the house. what an amazing story. joining me now live from the scene is msnbc's craig melvin. craig? >> craig, tell us what you can tell -- what have we learned today? it's been an eventful day. what have we learned down there today? >> reporter: we've been sifting through this police report. it's about a dozen pages, reverend al. i'm going to read a snippet from this for our viewers at home. this details what was going on inside the two-story house of horrors behind me for the past decade. this is based on the three initial conversations with the women being held captive as told to police earlier today. they told us how the arrested male ariel castro was able to get them into his vehicle initially. victim one, michelle, said that she was in the area of west 106th street when ariel offered her a ride home and took her to his house. amanda berry walking home from the burger king where she worked on west 110th street and lorraine. that's when ariel offered her a ride home. this i
investigation into the incident, the captivity, and the kidnapping of amanda berry, gina dejesus and michele knight. first of all, certainly on behalf of all of us who live and work and all of us who care about life, we can't say how grateful we are that they've been returned to us and that they are on their road to regaining their own personal lives. i would encourage everyone, including the media here, of course, to give them a little space and time to heal and begin the process to recover from what all of us recognize as a very traumatic incident. over the past two days, our goal has been to gather as much evidence and understand the facts as much as we can. certainly at this point in the investigation, we don't have answers to all the questions that we have. the cleveland office and the federal bureau of investigation and our partners from washington have completed the search of the seymour avenue crime scene and collected those evidencery items they were are necessary to proceed through the criminal proceedings. we will not, today, however, discuss the results of the search or the evide
as teens. a third, michelle knight, vanished at the age of 20. and now, all three have been found alive after life inside this home. a flag on the porch. a crime scene inside. and on the right, there is the front door. that dark space where a stranger heard a cry for help and refused to turn away. tonight, we have new details about the women, the three brothers under arrest, and the heroes of this rescue, as breaking free, the escape in cleveland begins. and abc's david muir is there. david? >> reporter: diane, good evening. we are learning exclusive, new details about the dynamic inside that home among the women. we know two of them have left the hospital tonight, including amanda berry and her little girl. you can see the balloons here on the house waiting to welcome them home. and about that little girl, she's missing two front teeth. one on the top. one on the bottom. we've also learned that her mother was quietly homeschooling her inside that house. tonight, the balloons and flowers growing. a homecoming waiting for amanda berry. seen here in the middle with a smile while in the ho
su hija. >>> de daremos la bienvenida ha esta pequeÑa niÑa a la familia. >>> de michelle poco se conoce solo que esta en buen estado de salud que fue la primera en desaparecer, tendrÍa hoy 32 aÑos de edad, las autoridades se mostraron contentas por la condiciÓn de las jovenes. >>> las familias de estas 3 jÓvenes nunca perdieron la esperanza y nosotros tampoco, no hay palabras para describir lo que sentimos. >>> la familia ha dicho que es una situaciÓn extraordinaria y que en grandes ligas su momento hablaran de todos los aÑos de al variÓ por la ausencia de esta chica, es toda la informaciÓn ahora regresamos con ustedes. >>> el cautiverio que llama la atenciÓn de todo el paÍs, estuvo esclavas a las 3 jÓvenes aquÍ ayer una de ellas dio su primera seÑal de vida desde aquÍ la casa del frente de la calle (...) a la tercera vÍctima la vieron por Última vez hablando por este telÉfono pÚblico a 3 millas de distancia, lur nuestra compaÑera tiene mÁs detalles. >>> la calle en este barrio trabajadores de cleveland era un her ver de actividad * nadie podrÍa creer la buen
tocÓ llegar a la cancha de juego con las manos vacÍas. >>> michel telÓ sigue cosechando muchos Éxitos con su tema ahÍ si te tengo, hablÓ con tony en el brasil, a ahÍ lo vemos ♪ ♪ ♪ a dos aÑos que esta canciÓn le diera la vuelta al mundo y se convirtiera en la favorita de grandes y chicos michel telÓ estÁ listo para su prÓxima aventura musical ♪ que nuevo nos traes? >>> estoy trabajando ahora lanzando en brasil, mi nuevo Álbum mi dvd michelle s grabado en las mejores baladas en los mejores fiestas en las playa de brasil, grandes fiestas. >>> invÍtame michelle a una gran vagos de estas. >>> estas invitado. >>> sobre todo en brasil. >>> su nueva producciÓn con canciones inÉditas estarÁ lista en las prÓximas semanas y pronto nos darÁ una sorpresa en nuestro idioma. >>> estoy con planes para lanzar y grabar para este aÑo un disco con mi mÚsica y estilo grabada en espaÑol para que la gente comprenda para que todos canten con nosotros ♪ ya grabÓ un tema con carlos vives y no descarta hacer otro dueto en espaÑol. >>> me gusta mucho de amÉrica latina de la gente
being located in the home. one minute later they also recovered safely michelle knight. all three of the missing women and a 6-year-old child belonging to one of the missing women was conveyed to medical health center for providing care. immediately after learning the incident we began an immediate search of our databases so determine what information that we had regarding this specific address. we have no nothing articulated. we looked at all the emergency medical calls for service and fire responses to the address on saymore avenue since 2006, as far back as our database exists. we found there were no calls for service. we again checked our building and housing department to see whether or not there were any building code violations or complaints made against that address and there were no complaints or violations identified. we also went back and looked at police calls for service. while we did learn in march of 2000, ariel castro, one of the individuals that is in custody currently, reported to the police that there was a fight in the street. there is no record of any arrests
time. >> three women, amanda berry, gina dejesus, and michele knight, enduring a decade of terror. their families stunned and shocked. >> amanda. >> yeah, grandma. >> yeah, how are you? i thought you were gone. >> reporter: exclusive new details on what happened on cleveland's seymour street. >> you saw the tarps from where? >> from my bedroom window. >> neighbors telling cnn what he saw in the suspect's backyard. and a cnn exclusive. >> you moved in about a year ago, you had seen ariel castro around. >> the hero neighbor, charles ram ramsey one-on-one. a minute by minute account. i told her, go across the street and use their phone. now we both calling 911. >> this morning, cleveland attempts to heal. yellow ribbons and a heavy heart. "newsroom" starts now. >> and good morning. thank you so much for being with me. i'm carol costello, we begin in cleveland, where investigators could get the first glimpse into the deep, dark secrets what locals call a house of horrors. they will question the suspects today for the first time. cleveland's police chief expected charges to be filed to
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blame overnight road work tt did not stick. good afternoon, i'm michelle griego. >>> a traffic nightmare on the golden gate bridge. you can blame overnight roadwork that did not stick. the trouble is in the southbound lanes approaching the bridge. you can see the backup there. the southbound backup extends almost to marin city. and this is during what is normally light midday traffic. in fact, some people coming into the station earlier, they are talking about a commute time into the city of more than an hour. let's show you the problem now. it all traces back to a paving project in the center lanes near the north tower. when they reopened the lanes this morning, cars began tearing up the newly laid asphalt. the center lanes are closed again. the chp says they were talking about doing a quick patch job but now, it will need a full repaving. but that apparently won't happen until tonight. the estimated re-opening time is now set for 4:00 tomorrow morning. but that won't be in time to help the evening commute and anybody heading into the city tonight for the giants game. again, e
confirmed the identities of all five victims, the bride, neriza fojas, michelle estrera, nurses in fresno, and jennifer balon, and another is from alameda and we will get a picture of her very soon. one survivors is out of the hospital this morning. nelia rafael arellano is now home after suffering minor cuts the she amalia and jasmine desguia are at santa clara valley medical center in serious condition. when the initial emergency calls went out on saturday night crews had no idea of the tragedy that would unfold. abc7 news obtained a first dispatch call, seconds after the fire broke out. >> a report of a vehicle fire limo with possible entrapment. >> engine two, we are coming. the limo is on the west side of the highway is well involved and people are trapped is the report. >> the foster city fire department was the first crew to arrive 11 minutes after the fire was first reported. the call between san mateo county, the c.h.p., and several other agencies went on for hours until the coroner came out and the bridge was eventually cleared. >> the parents of the bride, bride bride, are spea
, a mysterious house of horrors where amanda, gina dejesus, and michele knight were held captive, forced to live in rooms the size of closets for more than a decade. victims and the families begin the long road to healing as authorities begin to study the chilling tale of evil next door. byron pitts has the latest from cleveland. >> reporter: terry, federal and local authorities have been in and out of the house all evening. piecing together the secrets inside. tonight it's a crime scene, but for three girls, faces on posters, amanda, gina and michele, this house was their cage. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> reporter: after nearly ten years, this was the sweet, frightening sound of freedom. >> do you need police, fire or ambulance? >> i need police. >> reporter: that's amanda berry yesterday afternoon. we know so little about their experience, but the emotion in her voice is revealing. >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years. and i'm here, i'm free now. >> reporter: freedom made possible by a neighbor she never knew. charles ramsey said he just heard a young woman in need a
jesus and michele knight are being reunited with their families and more relatives are anxiously awaiting their arrival home. >> just glad and happy and i told her i loved her and i missed her and i prayed for her and oh, my god. i mean, it is just so great. >> and while it's being called a miracle, doctors and therapists are quick to say the women have a long road ahead. first lady michelle obama discussed with chief ivillage correspondent, kelly wallace. >> these families are going to have to wrap their arms around these young women and make sure that they get all the help and support they need so they will go on and lead healthy, normal lives. >> meanwhile, the three brothers at the center of the investigation remain in police custody and charges could be filed as early as today. nbc's ron allen has the latest. >> reporter: the three brothers are ariel castro, 52, pedro, 54, and julio, 50. it's ariel that neighbors knew best as a school bus driver and gaye kids gave kids rides on his all-terrain vehicle. the women disappearing about a year apart were last seen within a five block radiu
together by police in cleveland, ohio. according to sources, amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight were found in a house near a residential area. michelle knight vanished in 2002. they were found later today when a man saw a woman, later identified as amanda bier ri. >> i heard screaming. i'm eating my mcdonalds. i come outside and i see this girl going nuts trying to get out of the house. so i go on the porch and she says help me gout out. i've been in here a long time. and she comes out with the little girl. and she says call 9-1-1, my name is amanda berry. >> and here is the call made to 9-1-1. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> do you need police, fire or ambulance. >> >> i need police. >> and what's going on there? >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years. i'm here, i'm free now. >> okay. and want's your address? [bleep]. >> [bleep]. >> looks like you're calling me from [bleep]. >> i can't hear you. okay, stay there with those neighbors and talk to police when they get there. talk to the police when they get there. >> we're going to send them as soon as we get
city that we are a happy that michelle, gina and amanda are safe and healthy. second, i would like to thank the citizens that came to amanda's immediate assistance that led to the discovery of michelle and gina. i would also like to commend the members of the cleveland division of police, the sheriff's office, federal bureau of investigations for their dedicated work in conducting the investigation in this case. regarding this case, i just find criminal complaints charging ariel castro with four counts of kidnapping and three counts of rape. these are first degree felonies. defendant will be a reigned tomorrow morning in cleveland municipal court and his case will be transferred over to the court. the prosecutor's office will then proceed with the prosecution of these criminal cases. this case will proceed to the grand jury chat time i expect will result in indictments on these charges and may result in additional counts. as it release to pedro and onil no charges will be filed at this time. there is no evidence that these two individuals had any involvement in the commission of th
am thankful that amanda berry, gina de jesus and michelle knight have all been found aalive. we have many unanswered questions regarding this case and the investigation will be ongoing. again, i'm thankful these three young ladies are found and alive. joining me on the phone is angie garcia, a neighbor who saw the girls screaming for help. angie, can you hear me? >> yes. i'm here. >> this is a truly remarkable story. tell me exactly what you witnessed today. >> well, to be honest, i wasn't here. i was here yesterday when this guy, i think his name is arial castro, he was coming inside his driveway and he waved hi. that was it. today, this happened, i wasn't here. i'm translating for my aunt, she was here. she's telling me that this girl came to her house to make a call. >> and was it all three girls or was it one of the girls? we think it may have been amanda berry. do you know which one it was? >> berry, i think with a little girl, a 3-year-old little girl. >> so it was amanda berry, one of the three missing women, and you believe she had a 3-year-old girl with her. do you know if t
that michele, gina, and amanda are safe and healthy. second i would like to thank the citizens that came to amanda's immediate assistance when she was trying to escape that led to the eventual discovery of michele and gina. i would also like to commend the members of the cleveland division of police, the cuyohoga county sheriff's office, the federal bureau of investigation for their dedicated work in conducting the investigation in this case. i just signed criminal complaints charging ariel castro with four counts of kidnapping and three counts of rape. the signed criminal complaints are first-degree felonies. the defendant will be arraigned tomorrow morning in cleveland municipal court and his case transferred over to the cuyohoga county court of common pleas. the cuyohoga county prosecutor's office will then proceed with the prosecution of these criminal cases. this case will proceed to the cuyohoga county grand jury at which time i expect will result in indictments on these charges and may result in additional counts. as it relates to pedro and onil castro no charges will be filed aga
>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> good afternoon, everyone the i'm michelle griego. frank mallicoat is off. >>> we start with some developing news out of san francisco. a van went off a cliff and crashed into a house on twin peaks less than two hours ago. this is off clarendon avenue. the car wound up with its front end against the side of the house. paramedics transported one person to the hospital. city crews are on site to see if there's any structural damage. >>> more developing news on the wildfires in southern california. the largest fire is burning in ventura county. right now nearly 5,000 homes are threatened. new evacuations were ordered today about 20 miles west of malibu. so far, 15 homes have been dammed but not destroyed. cbs reporter edward lawrence joins us live from ventura county. >> reporter: michelle, that fire is now jumped over pacific coast highway which is closed. they have closed pacific coast highway just north of malibu. the fires jumped over the pacific coast highway and on to the naval base point mugu. so this is a massive fire tha
were held captive are under arrest. amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight disappeared. separately about a decade ago. they were discovered in a house south of downtown cleveland yesterday. they appeared to be in good health. a neighbor, charles ramsey, said he heard screaming and went to investigate. >> i look and i see this girl and she just going nuts on the door. what's your problem? are you stuck? just open the door. she says i can't. he got it locked. i look how he has it. enough to reach a hand out to grab the mail and close the door. naturally going to pry it open. that didn't work. we had to kick open the bottom. that door was aluminum and cheap. she climbed out with her daughter. she went to my house. we called 911. then when the police get here, she says there are three more girls up there. that's when gina dejesus and they brought two more girls out. >> you saw amanda berry? >> yeah. ain't that something. >> it's quite a story. susan mcginnis has more. >> reporter: fbi investigators worked through the night searching this cleveland home where three women wer
abducted within blocks of each other one year apart. 2002, it was michelle knight, 2003 amanda ber bring and 2004 gina dejesus. kimberly. >> kimberly: it isn't unusual you would find them in encloses proximity where they were last seen. look at jaycee dugard. >> eric: listen to charles ramsey another interview he gave to help find these girls. >> every day -- i've been here a year. i barbecue with this dude. we eat ribs and listen to salsa music. >> you had no indication? >> no at clue that girl was in that house or anybody else against their will. he comes out to his backyard and plays with the dog and goes back in the house. he is somebody you look and look away he is not doing anything. there is nothing exciting about him -- until today. >> eric: you got to like this guy. >> greg: it goes back to my theory, people that are nice guys. they are normal guys. if they are going to live in the neighborhood because the weirdo has nothing to hide. >> eric: greg makes a great point. you don't see this coming. brian david mitchell, jerry sandowsky. >> ted bundy. >> bob: i met ted bundy. >> greg
have been turning this house inside out ever since amanda berry, gina dejesus and michele knight's stunning escape on monday. they're not revealing yet what they have found inside the home. today, fbi agents will question kidnapping suspects pedro, onil and ariel castro for the very first time. the brothers could also be criminally charged today. and amanda berry, whose chilling 911 call brought an end to this decades-long ordeal, is finally getting the chance to reconnect by phone with her grandmother and other family members in tennessee. listen to this. >> hello? >> amanda. >> yeah, grandma. >> how are you? i'm glad to have you back. i thought you were gone. >> nope, i'm here. >> i'm here for you. >> thank you so much. >> the little girl is your baby? >> yeah, she's my daughter. born on christmas. >> i thought about you all this time. i never forgot you. >> and for the very latest on the investigation and what we're learning about the suspect let's go right to martin savidge. he's live from the county justice center where the castro brothers are being held, and we understand t
berry, gina dejesus, and michele knight are in good physical shape. they're being questioned by a special fbi interrogation team. three brothers are in custody including ariel castro who owned the house where the women were held. they are expected to be formally charged today. cleveland police visited the house at least twice, and this morning they are facing questions about their handling of the case. vinita nair is in cleveland this morning. good morning, vinita. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. we're also learning more about what transpired. in the home on see moymour stre. the details are gruesome. one woman said she was pregnant numerous times and beaten so she would lose the pregnancy. one of the rooms in the home had chains hanging from the ceiling. amanda berry, gina dejesus, and michele knight, the three women held captive for more than a decade, are now at an undisclosed location recuperating and spending time with their families. >> amanda. >> yeah, grandma. >> how are you? >> reporter: amanda berry's grandmother cried tears of joy as the two spoke for the fi
are celebrating the safe return of the three victims. >>> reporter: amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight, the three women held captive for more than a decade, are now at an undisclosed location recuperating and spending time with their families. >> amanda. >> yeah, grandma. >> yeah. >> reporter: amanda berry's grandmother cried tears of joy as the two spoke for the first time in 10 years. it was a moment fern gentry never thought she would have. >> i thought you were gone. >> i'm here. >> reporter: the fbi has a special group of investigators talking with the women and families. >> much of the effort that we have that we are going to be doing over the next several days is going to be focusing on them. how could we and law enforcement help speed the healing and the recovery process and treat them with the dignity and respect that they deserve? >> reporter: at the crime scene, forensic specialists pored over every inch of the home where the women were found. >> there's 10 years of logistical information that has to be sorted through. >> reporter: police tell our local cbs affiliate woio th
from here after this busy week in economic news? joining me is rbs chief economist michelle girard. good to have you both on the program. welcome. ken, let me kick it off with you. what do you think of this market hitting new highs at the end of the week? 15,000 on the dow jones industrial average. would you put new money to work in the market today at these levels? >> well, i think you would. i mean, you have an economy that seems to be holding its own even in the midst of a lot of fiscal drag with increased taxes and sequestration and the jobs number today was very, very positive. i think much more positive than expected. revisions were very positive. the participation rate actually held its own. normally it's been going down. we saw that actually stay at the current level. so there's a lot of really good positive signs in the midst of really a summer or a period when we should expect there should be more weakness than we're realizing right now. so that combined with qe, you know, which is -- you know, when you add japan into it as well, it's over $160 billion a month that needs
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's the latest information that we have. amanda berry, gina dejesus, michele knight and a child believed to be amanda berry's were found alive here last night after berry screamed for help through a crack in the front door and got the attention of neighbors, who helped her escape. now, three suspects, former school bus driver ariel castro and his two brothers were arrested, they are in jail awaiting charges. they're set to be interviewed by investigators tomorrow. some neighbors say they are shocked by what happens. others say they called police in recent years after hearing yelling at the house and in one case, seeing a naked woman in the backyard. the fbi is searching the house as i said for evidence right now. the police chief says it will probably be a few more days until the investigation inside the house here on this block is complete. the amount of time these women were missing is simply extraordinary. hard to imagine, for nine, ten and in one case, 11 years. three families have been hoping, holding candlelight vigils, searching for these women. now that they've been found shall i
, michelle knight says that she had gotten pregnant maybe five different times and this monster, aerial castro, kept punching her in the stomach to get her to abort. so he broke her down. as for gina, maybe she didn't have it in her the way she was continually raped. she just may not have had the same kind of personality as we see with amanda bearry. yes, what michelle knight is saying happened to her with the five pregnancies. amanda berry was also there for ten years. so during that time, some of the time she might have been completely captive. some of the time, again, we're not sure. were they allowed on the second floor? but something happened to her, too? at one point she said i'm going to go for it. what might have happened to have her make that decision now and not another time? >> well, let's remember, she's the one with the child. and, therefore, it wasn't just about her but also about saving the child. >> could he have done something to the child? >> that's the thing. she might have seen this child growing up. the child was deprived. and, therefore, she felt that she had to sa
, listen to michele bachmann of all people and what she had to say on friday. >> the loss that we'll see for children through head start, for senior citizens through meals on wheels, for children who will be dealing with various other feud nutrition programs, that breaks everyone's hearts. we knew all of these calamaties were in the future and so it reminds me of the shakespeare line, thou proctectist too much. >> michele bachmann voted against this, now she's a champion for the poor, dana. >> it's astonishing. it sounds like she's channelling the reverend al sharpton. >> it's shakespeare. >> that's truly extraordinary. they are starting to feel the heat that they are going to be blamed for what's going on here. what has to happen is, president obama needs to step up and be making this sort of argument that you're making right here tonight. the problem is, there's this sort of appearance now that, well, they took care of the wealthy business people who were traveling with -- by making sure the air traffic controllers can be in there and kicking the kids out of head start, kicking the can
michelle knight in 2002 all have been found alive, in the same house. a man by the name of ariel castro, 52 years old, a bus 200. all have been found alive in the same house. a man, 52 years old, a bus driver, has been arrested. amanda berry was seen by a neighbor trying to break out of the house. that neighbor, a man by the name of ramsey, charles ramsey, helped her break out. she ran out of the house with a small child, ran to a neighbor's house and dialed 911. this is the 911 call she made from amanda berry. >> 911. >> help me. help me. i'm raymoamanda berry. >> do you need police, fire or ambulance? >> i need police. >> and what's going on there? >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years. i'm here, i'm free now. >> okay. and want's your address? [bleep]. >> [bleep]. >> looks like you're calling me from [bleep]. >> i can't hear you. okay, stay there with those neighbors and talk to police when they get there. talk to the police when they get there. >> okay. hello? >> yes, talk to the priss when they get there. >> we're going to send them as soon as we get a ca
the victims of this fire is the new bride, bride bride, and michelle estrera, both nurses at community hospital and also kill, a woman from san lorendo and jennifer ba lone we are getting conflicting accounts of what happened and abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield continues our coverage from the san mateo bridge with reaction from the survivor and the driver of the limousine. >> one of the survivors is turning the attention to the limo driver and what he did on this bridge or what she says he didn't do. nelia rafael said the driver stood and watched as thine women tried to escaped the burning limousine. he said he would loved to have been more helpful but it happened so fast and he did everything he could the women were trying to escape through the privacy window between the front and back seats and the fire was in the back of the car so the way out was up front. >> i said "help me, help me." trying to get out from the compartment and i squeezed over to slide myself through. we said "on the door, on the door, on the door." open it. >> i don't know what could have been done differently.
, michelle knight is the first to disappear. she was 21. how she was kidnapped is unclear according to various media reports. her mother said michelle loved animals and wanted to be a veterinarian. then, suddenly, she was gone. in april 2003, amanda berry vanishes after her evening shift at burger king. it's the eve of her 17th birthday. later this month, her family receives a phone call from amanda's cell phone. a man says he's taken her and she'll be home in a few days. in march 2004, a body of a teenage girl similar to amanda's description is found near san diego, california. dental records did not match. later that year on the montel williams show, a television psychic makes a grave prediction to her mother. >> do you think i'll ever see her again? >> in heaven, on the other side. >> reporter: meanwhile, another neighborhood girl goes missing. plucks off the same street as amanda and michelle. gina dejesus is taken while walking home from school. she is 14. a seventh grader in special education amanda's stories are featured on "america's most wanted." >> two attractive teenage g
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connection with the safe finding of amanda berry, gina dejesus and michele knight. we ask that you understand that some questions we can't answer and some questions we can answer out of respect for the family. be mindful this is an ongoing investigation and due to the sensitive nature, some questions cannot be answered. i introduce to you the mayor of cleveland. >> this morning we are happy to announce, as you know, that amanda berry, gina dejesus and michele knight have been found and are alive. we're happy that they have returned to us. but their absence for several years has plagued their families, our community, police and our law enforcement partners for years. we have several unanswered questions. why were they taken? how were they taken? and how they remain undetected in the city of cleveland for this period of time? today we have three suspects in custody. over the years the cleveland police have worked closely with the northern ohio violent fugitive task force led by the cleveland office of the fbi and on the investigation of gina dejesus and amanda berry. we have with us special age
in boston. when you look at boston and benghazi things are not working. >> sean: michele bachmann told me she looked at the fbi training manuals and they've been purged to references of radical islamists. >> information-sharing doesn't exist the way it should. when he leaves the country, dhs picks it up, but don't share it with the cia. political correctness is not monitoring these people's facebooks and websites. what gets me, it was not hard to understand he was becoming radical before our eyes, but nobody really picked it up. when we found the photos of the two guys after the bomb, how could that not alert the system? you'd already interviewed this guy. when they were asking the country, do you know these two guys, why didn't the fbi know they had interviewed him? >> sean: and anybody possession radical islamist videos ought to be monitored. napolitano races throughout to tell the american people something she doesn't know true, and that is there's no broader plot. three people were arrested today. that sounds to me there's evidence out that there is a broader plot. >> she has no idea.
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